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Troubleshooting Exchange Server Event IDs

Exchange Server event logs are an important part of system diagnosis, but oftentimes it's unclear what an Exchange Server Event ID means or where to go for help. This collection of tools and technical advice will help you pinpoint the cause of Event ID errors in your Exchange Server environment and get you on the road to resolution.

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Exchange Server event logs are an important part of system diagnosis, but oftentimes it's unclear what an Exchange Server Event ID means or where to go for help. This collection of tools and technical advice will help you pinpoint the cause of Event ID errors in your Exchange Server environment and get you on the road to resolution.

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Resource for troubleshooting Exchange Event IDs
Microsoft's Exchange Server 2003 Events and Errors search engine is a great diagnostic resource for Exchange administrators.

EventID.net
Ever have an event pop into your Windows servers event logs, but have no clue how to go about troubleshooting it? Go to this free Web site to help you decipher your Event IDs.

Microsoft Exchange Server Error Code Look-up Tool
You can use the Microsoft Exchange Server Error Code Lookup Tool to determine values from decimal and hexadecimal error codes. All error values on the command line will be looked up in Exchange Server's internal tables and presented to you. If available, informational data associated with the value or values will also be shown.

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Troubleshooting Exchange Server error messages
When Exchange Server returns a cryptic numerical error message, do you know what to do? This tip explains a three-tier approach to deciphering and troubleshooting Exchange Server error codes.

Exchange Server diagnostics: An introduction to application and system logs
Exchange Server 2003 offers a wealth of diagnostic logging options, but the logs aren't all in one place. This article explains how to find and use the diagnostic information available in your application and system logs.

Put an end to persistent Exchange Server Event ID 9548 errors
Learn why bogus Event ID 9548 errors are a regular occurrence in Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 environments and get a Microsoft hotfix that resolves this common Exchange Server administration annoyance.

Event ID 9031 issue when deleting Exchange Server mailboxes
If an Exchange Server mailbox is deleted and recreated by hand, the LegacyExchangeDN property in Active Directory will not be the same between the two versions of the mailboxes. This can create email delivery issues and generate Event ID 9031 errors.

Forms-based authentication errors with OMA and ActiveSync
You may experience several Event ID errors when using forms-based authentication with Exchange Server 2003 ActiveSync and Outlook Mobile Access. In this tip, SearchExchange.com contributor Serdar Yegulalp explains what they are and how to work around them.

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Thanks for covering many Exchange server event ids problems along with some other Exchange problems in a single post.
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